This TR4a is really quite a find. What we have here is a totally original, right-hand drive UK supplied TR4a that has never been restored, has only had four keepers since new (one of which had it for 32 years) and is extremely solid. There can’t be many left like this.
First registered on 15 th February 1966, this TR4a was ordered in Triumph Racing Green with black trim, steel wheels with hubcaps and no overdrive. It retains that specification today.
The first keeper had the Triumph until 1977, the second, a John Robert Jaques, kept it until 1979 when it was acquired by a Keith Raymond Gunn who owned the car for 32 years, selling it to its last keeper in 2011 who had it professionally recommissioned the car after a long period of dry storage. This work included a new dynamo, all new brakes including calipers, hoses, wheel cylinders and fitting a servo. Along with a new stainless steel exhaust system, two new tyres, a driver’s side floorpan and one new sill, which have been nicely fitted.
Having inspected the car, it would appear that no other repair work has ever been carried out to the body or chassis. Quite amazing on a TR4 that has lived in the UK all its life.
The chassis is co
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